The dumbest sci-fi disaster tale since The Core, Geostorm is a truly abysmal movie you won’t stop laughing at, and its impossible to hate as a result.
Edge of Tomorrow meets Final Destination for Happy Death Day, a gleefully gruesome and comedically lively time-loop romp as full of laughs as it is jumps.
The director of Bone Tomahawk returns with Brawl in Cell Block 99, a follow-up not quite so gobsmacking, but still riveting for every second it goes on.
Another case of Chadwick Boseman proving he’s one of the most impressive performers around, Marshall is a gripping legal thriller with solid grounding.
Armando Iannucci’s most hilarious work to date, The Death of Stalin is razor-sharp political satire at its absolute finest.
The Mightiest Avenger goes out on a high with Thor: Ragnarok, a breakneck, manic, and outright hilarious intergalactic superhero romp.
A tonal mess that affords Brie Larson little to do but pout and look miserable, The Glass Castle is best ignored, lest its numerous cracks be seen.
Come for the survival drama, tolerate the rest – a focal pivot in The Mountain Between Us ultimately ruins an otherwise perfect solid movie.
No joke, Blade Runner 2049 is the greatest live-action sequel since The Godfather Part II, and also happens to be the most stunning experience of the year.